The Brazilian artist Rivane Neuenschwander shares this laconic understanding of constant change. Her work is quietly transformative; and previous readings have focused on such themes as digestion and cultural cannibalism.
With a deft attention to materials, Neuenschwander develops a set of simple
Laurie Simmons, has, since the mid-1970s, staged scenes for her camera with dolls, ventriloquist dummies, mannequins, and occasionally people, to create images with intensely psychological subtexts. By the early 1980s, Simmons was at the forefront of a new generation of artists, predominantly woman,
Kate Shepherd was born in New York City in 1961. Her paintings have been shown in galleries and museums since 1996. She superimposes a matrix of delicate lines on vibrant fields of color to depict the planar structure of interior or exterior spaces. The paintings are pared-down and bold in compositio
Eric Baudelaire Winner of the 2003 Photographer Grant AWARD-WINNING PROJECT: a photographic journey along eastern borders - from Turkey to the edge of the Caucasus and the Middle East - to track the potential future borders of Europe.
Eric Baudelaire has never followed a prearranged path. His life